Poor, remote and Aboriginal have higher STI risk

condoms all bunched up together
A unique 21-year study of more than 2.4 million cases of infectious disease across Australia reveals a major social divide where being poorer, living remotely or being an Indigenous Australian means having an increased risk of sexually transmissible infections. These include diseases that can be vaccinated against - or hepatitis B and C. The study,

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